Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthman Returns To India


    Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, The infamous Indian Fighter Pilot who shot down Pakistan’s F-16 and was captured has returned to India. He crossed the Wagah-Attari Border and entered India at around 9:00 pm IST.

    Yesterday Pakistan’s Prime Minister made an announcement saying, “In our desire of peace, I announce that tomorrow, and as a first step to open negotiations, Pakistan will be releasing the Indian Air Force officer in our custody.” Pakistani Authorities have returned Abhinandan Varthaman via a joint check Post at Wagah-Attari Border.

    Some would call it an “unprecedented move” from Pakistan’s PM. This decision came in light of the recent escalating tensions between India And Pakistan after the Pulwama Terrorist attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed. And in a bid to take out several terrorist camps in Pakistan the Indian Air Force conducted an Air Strike on Tuesday. And this prompted Pakistan to retaliate.

    Wagah Border IAF Abhinandan Released by Pakistan

    On Wednesday Multiple Pakistani F-16 tried to infiltrate the Line of Control prompting the IAF to react and intercept one of the F-16s. But thwarting the other aircrafts Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman crossed the LOC and his plane was shot down. He was later captured and interrogated by Pakistani Authorities.

    But on Thursday to everyone’s surprise, Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan announced that as a “gesture of peace” Pakistan will be releasing Abhinandan Varthaman to India. Punjab’s Cheif Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh‏ was also there to receive him. 

    Effects of War if it took place.

    People are Praising him that he Shot down the F-16 which was much high in technology than the MIG-21. Now he has been awaited for the release.

    MAN and Machine Makes the WEAPON

    Thousands of People were Gathered at the Wagah Border to greet Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. Even after Abhinandan Varthaman had entered India celebration is going on.

    Abhinandan Varthaman is now en route to Amritsar Air Force Station where he will meet his parents. His father Air Marshal S. Varthaman and mother Shobha Varthaman, who is a doctor reached Amritsar on Thursday evening and are waiting for their son to reach there.